Originally Posted by kingme620
I just saw a HU vid that said to cbet more on wet boards and less on dry boards.
I thought it was the other way around?
Don't you want to bet on the board that is least likely hit your opponent? Yea ok sure a thinking opponent will fold less on a dry board if they know you're cbetting with air, but still in general isn't dry better?
I think by "more" they mean make your bet bigger. The basic reason is that dry boards don't usually have many draws that you need to charge and you generally don't need to bet as big to get folds.
Wet boards are more coordinated and therefore you will get peeled by all sorts of draws which is why you want to make your bets bigger.
I typically bet 2/3 to 3/4 pot on dry boards and closer to pot on wet boards but this also really depends on opponents. Ex. Against a fish who will never fold, we will bet our value hands big regardless of board texture.